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Micoperi 7000 in Cape Town Harbour - 1991
Ships and Harbours
No: 254   Contributor: Garve Scott-Lodge   Year: 1991   Country: South Africa
Micoperi 7000 in Cape Town Harbour - 1991

This crane barge has two cranes at the bow, each capable of lifting 7,000 tonnes. Later named the Saipem 7000, it is 198m long, 87m wide and can sleep 800 people.
Picture added on 30 October 2006
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Impressive vessel, if you see the relation between the cars, and this huge craneship...:-)

Added by Marcel S. on 30 October 2006.
I was the first South African to work as Campboss on the Micoperi 7000 - the best galley i've ever worked in

Added by M.J,Michaels on 17 September 2011.
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